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Opening Ceremony on La Cienega has pitted itself against Japan, for a US vs Japan designer battle this fall. Per Evil Monito, shipments are in. Here's a long list to get excited about—take a deep breath—first from Japan: "Comme des Garcons, Endpin, G.V.G.V., Green, Hiromi Tsuyoshi, Jean Diadem, John Lawrence Sullivan, Lad Musician, Masterpiece, Mister Hollywood, Nude, Porter, Postalco, Sabatino, Toga, Vlas Blomme, Whereabouts."
And everyone else, which does include non-US designers: "A to Z, Acne, Alexander Olch, Alexander Wang, Alexandre Herchcovitch, And I, Ann Sofie-Back, Anzevino & Florence, B Store, Band of Outsiders, Bernhard Willhelm, Bless, Boy (Band of Outsiders), Common Projects, Dagmar, Diana Orving, Emma Cook, Endovanera, F Troupe, Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair, Fred Perry, Fremont, Grai, Grey Ant, Hope, Hussein Chalayan, Jeremy Scott, Katherine Fleming, Katy Rodriguez, Les Chiffoniers, Loden Dager, Luisa Burfitt, Lutz, M.I.A., Malababa, Marios Schwab, Mayle, Meadham Kirchhoff, Miki Fukai, Nakkna, Nike, Nom de Guerre, Opening Ceremony, Ostwald Helgason, Patrik Ervell, Pendleton, Peter Jensen, Peter Pilotto, Proenza Schouler, Pudel, Rachel Comey, Red Wing, Richard Nicholl, Risto Bimbiloski, Rodarte, Rodejber, SNS Herning, Sabrina Dehoff, Schiesser, Siu Yin Chau, Six by Swear, Slow & Steady Wins the Race, Sophomore, Suh-Tahn, Topshop, Topman, United Bamboo, Velour, Vena Cava, Want Les Essentiels, White Trumpet, Whyred, Wren."
· Opening Ceremony [Evil Monito]